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  African Wet Periods
  Ouranopithecus 8.7 - 7.4 1.3  
Tortonian Age 11.63 - 7.246 4.384
  Sahelanthropus 7 - 6.2 .8   O
Messinian Age 7.246 - 5.333 1.913
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.58 20.53
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Hominids 7.2 - Present
Gigantopithecus 9 - 100,000 7,900,000
9 - 8.4
8.4 - 7.8
500 Fut 7.8 - 7.2 BC AD
7.2 - 6.6
6.6 - 6
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Tortonian Age 11.63 - 7.246 4.384
9 - 5 4 Stupendemys georgraphicus, Stupendemys, Podocnemididae, Pleurodira, Testudines, Reptilia, 2Sp Amazon basin
9 - 6.8 2.2 Phoberomys pattersoni, Phoberomys, Neopiblemidae, Rodentia, Mammalia, S America
9 - 2.6 6.4 Eumegamys paranensis, Urumaco formation Venezuela, Ituzaingo formation, Argentina
9 - 100,000  Gigantophithecus blacki, †Gigantopithecus, Sivapithecini, Hominidae, Simiiformes, Haplorhini, Primates, Mammalia,   S India
9 - 3 6 Thylacosmilus atrox "Pouch sabre" Thylacosmilus, Thylacosmilidae, Sparassodonta, Mammalia, S America
9 - 0  Platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus, Ornithorhynchus, Ornithorhynchidae, Monotremata, Mammalia, E Australia Near threatened

9 - 7 2 Stegodon ganesha, †Stegodon, †Stegodontidae, Proboscidea, Mammalia, "Roofed tooth" 13Sp India

9 Amebelodon fricki "Shovel tooth" †Amebelodon, †Amebelodontidae, Proboscidea, Mammalia, 2Sp N America
9 - 6.8 2.2 Megapiranha paranensis, †Megapiranha, Serrasalmidae, Characiformes, Actinopterygii, Giant piranha  Argentina
1 - 0 Giant anteater Myrmecophagia tridactyla, Myrmecophaga, Myrmecophagidae, Pilosa, Mammalia, Chordat C&S America Vulnerable 1758
9 - 0 Nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus, Dasypus, Dasypodidae, Cingulata, Mammalia, 1758 Least concern
9 - 0 Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx, Lynx, Felinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivoa, Mammalia,, 1758 Eurasia Least concern
9 - 0 Northern tamandua Tamandua mexicana, TamanduaMyrmecophagidae, Pilosa, Mammalia, 1860 Tropical & Subtropical forests S Mexico, through C America, N Andes
9 - 6.8 2.2 Argentavis magnificens, †Argentavis, †Teratornithidae, Accipitriformes. Aves, 1980  S America 
9 - 0 Hexaprotodon, Hippopotamidae 
pygmy hippopotamus Choeropsis liberiensis or Hexaprotodon liberiensis hippopotamid W Africa,  Liberia, small pops  Sierra LeoneGuineaIvory Coast.
5.33 - 11,700 Hexaprotodon sivalensis hippopotamus  Hexaprotodon  pygmy hippopotamuses.  India
9 - 5 4 Amebelodon  proboscidean  Amebelodontidae "shovel-tuskers", 2 species N America. 
9 - 0  Cyclopedidae  anteaters includes the silky anteater and its extinct relative, Palaeomyrmidon.[
9 - 7 2 Palaeomyrmidon incomtus, Palaeomyrmidon, Cyclopedidae, Pilosa, Mammalia,  anteater. closest living relative is   silky anteater   lived on the ground. 1 skull   Andalhualá Formation   Argentina
9 - 5 4 Death Valley Lake.
9 - 3 6 Thylacosmilus South America
9 - 0 9 Dasypus  Dasypodidae Armadillo
9 - 3 6 Macroeuphractus, Euphractinae, Chlamyphoridae, Cingulata, Mammalia, Armadillo S America 100/220
9 448 Great Years ago
9 - 0  Duck-billed platypus E Australia & Tasmania
8.9 - 0 Nilgai Boselaphus tragacemlus, Boselaphus, Bovinae, Bovidae, Artiodaxtyla, Mammalia, India Least Concern
8.75 Lost River Sinks volcano tuff
8.7 Peña de Bernal Bernal's Boulder 433 m (1,421 ft) tall monolith, one of the tallest in the world. San Sebastián BernalQuerétaro, Mexico
8.5 - 0 Caracal Caracal caracal, Caracal, Felinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivora, Mammalia, Africa & Asia minor Least Concern
8.5 - 0 Serval Leptailurus serval, Leptailurus, Felinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivora ,Mammalia, Africa Least concern
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Tortonian Age 11.63 - 7.246 4.384
8.3 Pastos Grandes Caldera (size: 40 x 50 km), Altiplano-Puna Volcanic Complex, Bolivia; 652 cubic kilometers (156 cu mi) of Sifon Ignimbrite.
8.25 - 0 Canada lynx Lynx canadensis N America Least concern
8 - 0 Lar gibbon, Hylobates lar, Hylobates, Hylobatidae, Simiiformes, Haplorhini, Primates, Mammalia, 5SS, SE Asia, Endangered
8 - 0 American alligator Alligator mississipian USA Least concern
8 - 0 Mountain goat Oreanos America W Canada  Least concern
8 Bobcat Lynx rufus, Lynx, Felinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivora, Mammalia, LC
8  Bactrian camel >< dromedary
8 - 2 6 Ailurarctos lufengensis †Ailurarctos, Ailuraropidini, Ursidae, Carnivora, Mammalia, ancestor to Panda
8 - 2 6  Lake Idaho covered much of central eastern Oregon
8 - 0 Bactrian camel Camelus bactrianus Central AsiaLeast Concern
8 Ailurarctos lufengensis Cat bear Lufeng China 

Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Tortonian Age 11.63 - 7.246 4.384
7.6 - 0 African bush elephant, Loxodonta africana, Africa, Vulnerable
7.6 - 0 African forest elephant, Locodonta cyclotis, C Africa,  Vulnerable
7.6 African >< Asian elephant 
7.5 - 1.8 5.7 Archaeopotamus genus of Hippopotamidae  Africa & Middle East
7.5 - 6.5 1 Paracamelus crosses in to Eurasia
7.5 - 3.3 4.2 Sparassodonta South America
7.48  tuff of America Falls Volcano
7.3 - 990,000 Cyonasua
Messinian Age 7.246 - 5.333 1.913
7.2 El Graeco Hominid Graecopithecus freybergi 2017 (1944) Greece, Bulgaria Pyrgos Vassilissis, Azmaka Böhme (Tübingen), Spassov (BAS) Met, Athens; Tübingen, Germany
7 TM 266 Hominid (Toumai) Sahelanthropus tchadensis 2001 ChadToros-MenallaDjurab Desert Michel Brunet, Alain Beauvilain, Fanone Gongdibe, Mahamat Adoum & Ahounta Djimdoumalbaye N'Djamena (Chad), BEAC
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Messinian Age 7.246 - 5.333 1.913
7.2 - 5.3 1.9 Odobenocertops peruvianus SE Pacific ocean 
7.2 - 5.3 1.9  Aivukus cedrosensis Inuit word for E Canada and Greenland
7 - 0 North American beaver, Castor canadensis, N America, Least concern
7 - 6.2 .8 Sahel human, Sahelanthropus tchadensis, S Tchad
7 - 0 Western gorilla, Gorilla gorilla, 2 ss, C Africa, Critically endangered
7 - 0 Kampango, Bagrus meridionalis, Vulnerable
7 - 0 Whooper swan Cygnus cygnus Eurasia
7 - 3 4 Thalassocnus natans, Ocean sloth, Western S America coast
7 Black Mountain Caldera 18km 300km3/72mi3 of Thirsty Canyon Tuff
7 - 6 1 Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument 40mi/64km SW of Santa Fe, New Mexico
7 Lokotunjailurus  Homotherini, Machairodontinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivora, Mammalia, saber-toothed cats Kenya & Chad tall as a lioness;  90cm/3', but was much lighter in build due to its longer legs and more gracile body.  dewclaws large for body grappling prey.
7 North American prairie expands
7 - 0 Brown-throated sloth, Bradypus variegatus, C&S America Least concern
7 - 0 Kidako moray, Gymnothorax kidako, Indo-Pacific ocean, vulnerable
7 Native S American predators begin to be wiped out by Immigrant predators from N America.
7 - 1.5 5.5 Anancus, Anancidae,  Proboscidean, Mammalia, 13Sp Africa, Europe, Asia
7 - 5 2  Weasels shrink in size E Europe forests become grasslands
7 - 0  Silky anteater Cyclopes didactylusCyclopesCyclopedidae, Pilosa, Mammalia, Only Cyclopedidae. S Mexico, C & S America
7 - .8 0 Sivatherium Sahara[5] and Central West India, Himilayan Foothills
16 - 3 13 Megatylopus gigas, †Megatylopus, Camelidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, , 4Sp N America
6.7 - 0  Falkland Islands wolf ><  maned wolf
6.62±.03 Blacktail Caldera Yellowstone hotspot, Heise volcanic field, Idaho; 100x60km, Idaho; 1,500km3/360mi3 of Blacktail Tuff

Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Messinian Age 7.246 - 5.333 1.913
6.6 - 6.4 .2 Heise volcanic field of eastern Idaho
6.57  tuff of Edie School[
4 European rabbit, Oryctolagus cupi, W Europe, 6.5 - Present Near threatened
 6.4 Lord Howe Island, Australia; Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower are both made of basalt rock, remnants of lava flows that once filled a large volcanic caldera
6.27±.04 (Walcott Tuff) Heise volcanic field, Idaho:
6 BAR 1000'00 Hominid Orrorin tugenensis 2000 Lukeino Kenya Martin Pickford, Kiptalam Cheboi, Dominique Gommery, Pierre Mein, Brigitte Senut,
6.1 - 5.7 .4 Orrorin Hominin
6.1 Cerro Panizos Volcanic Complex 18km, Altiplano-Puna , Bolivia; 652km3/156mi3 of Panizos Ignimbrite.
Pole Shifts
8.7 - 8.3 400,000 South
8.2 - 8.1 100,000 South
7.7 - 7.6 100,000 South
7.5 - 7.4 100,000 South
7.3 - 7.2 100,000 South
7.1 - 7 100,000 South
6.9 - 6.6 300,000 South
6.3 - 6.2 100,000 South
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